Psalm 039:01a

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Psalm 39:1a

Grace Continues


1 To the chief Musician [natsach], even to Jeduthun [Yaduwthuwn], A Psalm [mizmowr] of David [David].

I said [‘amar], I will take heed [shamar] to my ways [derek], that I sin [chata’] not with my tongue [lashown]: I will keep [shamar] my mouth [peh] with a bridle [machcowm], while the wicked [rasha`] is before me.   KJV-Interlinear


1 To the choirmaster: to Jeduthun. A psalm of David.

I said, “I will guard my ways, that I may not sin with my tongue; I will guard my mouth with a muzzle, so long as the wicked are in my presence.”  ESV

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This is a Psalm that allows those who are suffering, to murmur and complain to God.

The circumstances are vague, the suffering is vague, however there will be a reference later in the Psalm, pointing to sin, as the focus of that suffering, but more important, to remind us all just how fleeting human life can be.

It opens with an address to the chief musician, or the choirmaster, referring to the one who is eminent in spiritual services.

The reference to Jeduthun, refers to one who is deserving of praise and celebration. And here it refers to a person who has of authority over, and is responsible for, the music, and therefore has charge of it.

Music is typically used to describe Gods policy of grace, and as the music plays on, so too, God’s grace continues on, no matter what the circumstances.

These studies are a part of the massive daily study web site at DailyBibeStudy.Org, and are written, so that you can come to Christ if you have not done so already, and therefore not be lost forever.

And if you have already believed in Christ, then these studies are written so you can learn and understand and grow in your spiritual life, so that you can come to the full knowledge of Christ, so that you can fulfill your meaning and purpose in life as God intended for you, and so you can qualify for a phenomenal eternal reward which you will have forever.

To ignore this opportunity to pursue a daily study means you will be incomplete, unfulfilled and you will lose out, big time.

The Daily Bible Study is online, making it possible as never before in all of human history, to advance in ones relationship with God, through Christ, and to complete yourself beyond your imagination.

But each person has to decide to make that commitment. No one else can study for you. You have to do that yourself.

Keep in the Word, Isa. 41:10.

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